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, maryland, office 11 years ago shortly after this country doctor first started prescribe ago new diabetes drug. >> avandia has helped keep my blood sugar down for about a year now. >> the first patient i put on the drug developed severe fluid retention, severe shortness of breath. >> reporter: a review of her files found more than half-- 20 of 33 patients on avandia-- had developed similar symptoms that could lead to heart failure. so dr. money stopped writing new prescriptions and started calling other doctors, expressing concern about what was to become a blockbuster drug. >> from my perspective i was trying to save lives. >> reporter: the drug's manufacturer, glaxosmithkline, didn't see it that way, sending the chief of staff at her hospital this letter stating dr. money was creating unnecessary fear, requesting she stop disseminating what it called unsubstantiated information. >> that was a very upsetting letter to receive from a company and it did intimidate me. >> in my view, avandia is the worst drug safety catastrophe certainly in our lifetimes. >> reporter: in 2007, dr.
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university of maryland. >> reporter: to give back to the animals that gave him so much. >> it's empty! >> reporter: seth done cbs news, avendale, pennsylvania. >> couric: good luck, josh. and that's the cbs evening news. i'm katie couric. thanks for watching. jeff galore will be here tomorrow and i'll see you back here on monday, good night. >>> this is 9 news now. >>> good evening. i'm asnee that brikman in for derek month. truth or tall tale. one of the convicted snipers says there were dozens of shootings in addition to the ones that killed ten in our region. >>> restoring trust. pepco reaches out to reassure customers after this week's power outages. but first making it right, federal lawmakers get involved in making metro safer. t. >>> i'm armando trull with reaction to the scathing report on the metro train crash from last year. >> angry and sad. angry that greater attention had not been paid that co
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, maryland, and felt as far away as pennsylvania and west virginia. but at the white house president obama said he did not. and there was no waiting for aftershocks. the first family took off for a weekend getaway in maine's acadia national park where they took a hike today. the president still wearing his dress shoes. then some ice cream, not vanilla or strawberry but coconut. from ice cream to snow leopards, a pair of cubs went on display at the cape may county zoo in new jersey. the endangered cats were born in may but had been in seclusion until this week. and now the zoo is holding a contest to name them. but only human cubs 12 and under can enter. up in space, a powerful new telescope has made some amazing discoveries. known as the wise telescope, it started orbiting the earth in december, scanning the skies and sending back images of 25,000 asteroids that had never been seen before. but don't worry, the closest are still millions of miles away. the telescope has also spotted 15 new comets and a galaxy ten billion light years away. now from light years to a question of seconds.
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university of maryland." >> reporter: ... to give back to the animals that gave him so much. >> it's empty! >> reporter: seth doane, cbs news, avendale, pennsylvania. >> couric: good luck, josh. and that's the cbs evening news. i'm katie couric. thanks for watching. jeff glor will be here tomorrow, and i'll see you back here on monday. good night. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org often. and you'll be surprised at who' >>> you tonight often see cyclists -- you don't often see cyclists getting tickets but it will happen more often and you will be surprised at who is asking for the crackdown. >>> the additional chaos that the a.c. transit strike means for the next workweek. >>> why neighbors on this street want to pay more in taxes. the news starts now. >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. caption colorado, l.l.c. email@example.com >>> good evening, i'm dana king. tonight dozens of san jose firefighters are off the job. we are going to have that story in just a moment. [ pause ] it's very difficult to find po
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to handle it. but what happened to the mother of 24-year-old ryan baumann of great mills, maryland, could serve as a lesson to every military family. >> randy was a neat kid. he really wanted to join the army after 9/11 because he saw that there were things that he could do. >> couric: sergeant ryan baumann was as proud of his mission as his mother is of him. a soldier with the 101st airborne, he was stationed in eastern afghanistan protecting villagers from the taliban and providing critical services, like repairing pumps supplying water. >> one of the things that he said was that if anything happens to me, "just let the world know we're making a difference over here." >> couric: but on august 1, 2008, ryan was riding in a humvee when he spotted an i.e.d. >> he saw the i.e.d. he told his driver, "go left," and that placed the i.e.d. directly under him. >> couric: the 24-year-old soldier was killed instantly. the driver, gunner, and medic with him all survived. so in some ways, ryan really was a hero that day. >> yes. >> couric: and sacrificed his own life to save the other people
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to offer you admission into the university of maryland. >> reporter: to give back to the animals that gave him so much. >> it's empty! >> reporter: seth done cbs news, avendale, pennsylvania. >> couric: good luck, josh. and that's the cbs evening news. i'm katie couric. thanks for watching. jeff galore will be here tomorrow and i'll see you back here on monday, good night. . >> new oksana to mel, speak the truth. this is "entertainment tonight." oksana on the record. >> i have never extorted any money from him. there's no proof of any kind. it's false information that he's feeding the press. >> plus mel's reported e-mail apology, could an abuse admission send him to jail. >> ellen's out. but who's in? >> two words, jennifer lopez. >> chelsea clinton's wedding count down and a bill sighting where we found the former president. >> road